Zambia is now a lower middle-income country with consistent and robust economic growth and has progressed to the medium human development category.
Uganda is already experiencing impacts of climate change manifesting through increased frequency and intensity of disasters including droughts, floods and landslides in recent years.
Tanzania like other African countries has been experiencing impacts of climate change including frequent and prolonged droughts, severe floods and sea level rise.
Mozambique is one of Africa’s most vulnerable countries to climate change. It is exposed to a number of extreme weather events including droughts, floods and tropical cyclones.
The economy and livelihood of Malawi is largely dependent on its natural resources, either from the land (agriculture), biodiversity (agriculture, forestry, tourism) or water (agriculture, fisherie
Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Sub-Saharan Africa, also one of the world’s poorest countries. Climate variability has increased in Ethiopia making the poor more vulnerable.
Last week we (Adrian, Kain and gender advisor) had good discussion with Janna Tenzing from IIED regarding climate change case study for Tanzania.
This document presents Zambia’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the 2015 Agreement on climate change in response to decisions adopted at the 19th and 20th sessions of the Conf
Zambia, like most of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), is facing a future in which climate change will consistently negatively affect smallholder crop production.
In recognition of the climate risk and poverty nexus, the role of social protection in facilitating climate resilience is under investigation.